Center for Inclusive Transition, Education, & Employment (CITEE)

Sustainability Commitment

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To promote equity and justice, we at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Center for Inclusive Transition, Education & Employment (CITEE), strive to lessen our environmental impact.

Focusing on the health and well-being of those we serve includes refining our environmental and ecological practices.

“Intersectional environmentalism acknowledges the overlap between systemic harm against Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities and the Earth.

The movement also recognizes the disproportionate effects of climate change on other marginalized groups, including people with disabilities as well as women and gender minorities.”

- Leah Thomas, Intersectional Environmentalist

Intersectional Environmentalist, a 501(c)(3), is a climate justice collective radically imagining a more equitable and diverse future of environmentalism.

CITEE is reducing its ecological impact by:

- Reducing branded materials or “swag,” while still providing options for focus and sensory regulation.

- Providing resources and materials electronically

- This also creates access for people who use large font and screen reader

- Those without digital access or who prefer printed materials, please speak with a CITEE team member 

Please join us in reducing your impact by:

- Bringing your own items, when possible (e.g):

- Reusable water bottles, pens, paper, fidgets, etc.

- Using any ID badge or name tag you currently have

- We will have limited quantities of blank name tags, if needed

- Ridesharing or carpooling 

“Everyone’s fate is bound to the fate of our planet and we have a shared responsibility in the mission to protect our only home.”

-Jackie Zamora, Climate Activist



Center for Inclusive Transition, Education, & Employment (CITEE)
Community Engagement Center
1260 W. Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190


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Phone: (262) 472-1702

Fax: (262) 472-4116